Although, I am not amused by their visits, humor helps me deal with the wilder aspects of wildlife gardening. Over the years I've had a lot of fun writing to the stinkers and have even posted an eviction notices. I thought you might like this post from several years ago, reading it this morning has helped restore both my sense of humor and perspective.
I hope it makes you smile, too. xoxogail*
Chez Clay and Limestone, Good Eats Here!
|The species tulips looked delicious~|
|You can't beat a tulip for a taste sensation|
At their just west of downtown location, we found the decor warm and colorful.
You'll be greeted by nice and friendly staff who will answer your queries without rush.
Spring: Tulipa, lilies and crocus.
Summer: Guacamole Hosta.
Fall: Hydrangea, Hamamelis, Burr Oak Acorns.
You never know what might be offered, so go ahead and try it all!
|Guacamole Hosta will be on the menu later in the season.|
But, you don't have to take my word for it~Here's a few reviews from other diners
I can't say any more than if you haven't eaten at this restaurant, you haven't properly taken advantage of what this city has to offer. Shame on you. Awesome food, awesome atmosphere, totally unique to this city.
Ain't much to look at, but the rumors are true....the Tulipa specials are too die for! Mrs. Faline Bambi
That's all folks.
Good Eating from the The Quadruped Dining Reviewer
PS The post and photos are from 2011~The 2013 garden isn't this far along, spring has been cooler and there aren't any tulips. Deer, rabbits, squirrels and chipmunks are too frequent guests at Chez Clay and Limestone and I stopped planting them.
Gail Eichelberger is a gardener and therapist in Middle Tennessee. She loves wildflowers and native plants and thoroughly enjoys writing about the ones she grows at Clay and Limestone. She reminds all that the words and images are the property of the author and cannot be used without written permission.